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150 Amazing Quotes to Feed Your Creative Soul. I have always believed that the right words have a way of finding you when you need to hear them.

150 Amazing Quotes to Feed Your Creative Soul

For me, quotes are little bite-sized messengers of courage, perseverance, and hope for the creative artist in this often overly materialistic world. Here is a collection of 150 (or so) amazing quotes that I often revisit whenever I need to rekindle my own creative spirit. If you happen to follow us on Twitter, Google+, or Facebook, chances are you’ve seen many of these quotes before because I frequently share them when I need to remind myself of their timeless message. I hope they will speak to you as well . . . [Be sure to check out Skinny Pins where we’ve stashed even more quotes & images that inspire us to live our art!] On Art. . . “The artist never entirely knows — We guess. “Creativity is discontent translated into arts.”

“You don’t make art out of good intentions.” “Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.” “The artist is always beginning. “Sex is like art. How to write your way into the Ivy League. Sculptures from found Objects by Bernard Pras - JOQUZ. Comment contacter Twitter ? Comment contacter Twitter ?

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Contemporary Art Boom. The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, a public museum in Buffalo, New York, has been acquiring new art since 1863, when the luminist painter Albert Bierstadt, then at the peak of his financial success, gave the fledgling institution a canvas, The Marina Piccola, Capri (1859).

Contemporary Art Boom

The museum’s charter mission was then—and has remained since—to collect and exhibit works by living artists, and over the decades its directors have tried to keep pace with new styles, from Impressionism to Pop and beyond, and new media, such as photography, which first entered the collection in 1910. “What makes the collection here interesting,” says senior curator Douglas Dreishpoon, who speaks at almost a whisper but still projects a lecturer’s animated enthusiasm, “is that artworks were bought at or very near the time they were made.” What Does Art Smell Like? — The Atlantic. What does the color red smell like?

What Does Art Smell Like? — The Atlantic

How does it taste? Imagine you’re in an art gallery, studying a portrait with a red background. Does your interpretation of it change if you taste ketchup while you look? Or smell blood? Or both? Make More Art: The Health Benefits of Creativity. In 2010, the American Journal of Public Health published a review titled, The Connection Between Art, Healing, and Public Health.

Make More Art: The Health Benefits of Creativity

You can find it here. In that article, researchers analyzed more than 100 studies about the impact of art on your health and your ability to heal yourself. The studies included everything from music and writing to dance and the visual arts. Actu Social Média. This Is What Pin-Up Girls Actually Looked Like In Real Life. The World's First 3D Printing Pen. 20 Spectacularly Nerdy Art Jokes. Copy & Paste Hashtags from Instagram Photos. Surreal photomanipulation by erik johansson. Jan 31, 2015 surreal photomanipulation by erik johansson surreal photomanipulation by erik johansson as a professional still-life photographer he has worked with brands such as adobe, google, microsoft, volvo, and national geographic, but you will probably recognize him from the personal work that he frequently shares online: the distorted reality by the swedish photoshop artist and story teller erik johansson. breaking up ‘walk a way’ is his newest work leaving home closing out see the making of ‘closing out’, where he shares layer-by-layer breakdowns of the work cut and fold go your own road landfall see the making of landfall common sense crossing arms break vases don’t an anamorphic illusion erik made for volvo at the main station in zürich nina azzarello I designboom.

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